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Rypien fans gather at Rogers Arena to remember their favourite

Forty-eight hours after the death of former Vancouver Canuck Rick Rypien, 200 fans pulled their jerseys out of off-season retirement and gathered to pay tribute to the 27-year-old newly signed Winnipeg Jets player.

Set-back at Pan Am Games could be fuel to ignite Magano

Sights set on gold, Killarney student wins wrestling bronze in Mexico

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POSPISIL ADVANCES Vasek Pospisil ground out a tough singles match at the Odlum Brown Vancouver Open Tuesday night and finally advanced through the opening round after three previous attempts.

Athlete leveraging social media to widen profile

Kevin Jagger's journey

Open water swimming requires endurance, balance, focus

It feels like October. The calendar, otherwise, tells us it's the middle of July. In spite of overcast skies, Vancouver's outdoor lap pools are open and the saltwater bays around the city continue to attract an evergrowing number of swimmers.

Competitive lifeguards struggle to stay afloat in Canada

Staying in top form takes physical and financial toll

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MARSHALLING THE PGA As we've seen for the past 18 months, the spirit of volunteerism is alive and well in Vancouver. At Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club, the RBC Canadian Open registered the fastest volunteer sign up in event history.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT A veteran bodybuilder, Linda Cusmano says she has never met a female competitor who developed an eating disorder after joining the circuit.
Kitsilano Beach tennis court repaving on hold until 2011

Kitsilano Beach tennis court repaving on hold until 2011

A growing sport festival at Kitsilano Beach Park will not include an open adult tennis tournament this August although organizers approached the Board of Parks and Recreation last fall with the standing offer they will contribute to the cost of impro